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. republican presidential nominee mitt romney will deliver a speech on foreign policy next monday at virginia military institute in lexington. romney and his running mate, paul ryan, campaigned in fisherville, virginia yesterday. though it didn't come up in we had night's debate, romney is talking about his 47% comment again saying his choice of words was, quote, wrong. more on that coming up later on in this hour. in this hour. >>> an alert now for women in fairfax county. police are looking if a suspected serial fondler. >> he has approached at least five women, usual hi from behind appear grabbing them and taking often. -- usually from behind and grabbing them and taking off. >> reporter: this firveg victim just came forward. she hadn't initially reported the incident. -- this fifth victim just came forward. she was walking here on hibling avenue in ving field at the same place where another woman says she too was victimized by what police believe is a serial fondler. the man is described as a man in his 30s with dark eyeand a neatly trimmed beard. victims say he usually comes up from behi
when i was on the east coast was in the secretary's office with water for foreign policy advisers who said they really need our help and following up the aipac conference with a non- governmental women's. we are pretty sure we will have a world conference on women. and xtech is to hold it here in san francisco. -- the next step is to hold it here in san francisco. [applause] we have these buttons. you need to be wearing these. thank you for coming, thank you to shelley for putting this together for us. thank you for helping to take women globally and giving them a voice. that is our mission. [applause] >> we have to keep that spirit -- and we had to keep that secret for a long time. like a lot of you, she would rather be on vacation, but she is up doing work, even when she is not feeling well. thank you all for coming. i posted on facebook i would probably sound like they'd been a downer with all the statistics, could you send me some of your favorites of lifting statistics? this one is from eleanor roosevelt. no one can make you feel inferior without your consent. this is on my car,
. >> they will meet again to talk domestic and foreign policy in less than two weeks. >> obama has been commander in chief for the last four years. he also killed bin laden. those two things together give him a natural advantage going into the next debate. >> tracey mitchell, wbal-tv 11 news. >> see the five things learned from the debate and the fallout from the sesame street comment in our commitment 2012 smart phone app and at wbaltv.com. >> up next, the feds make a big bust. details on how they claim several medical professionals cheated the insurance program. >> a new twist on an old classic. the computer virus targeting maryland residents. >> all comes back in full force over the weekend. right now is relatively mild. 63 at the principal of perry hall high school shared his memories of that terrible day where a shooting and a school at the student critically injured. topics at the annual state school conference range from bullying. >> i would be lying if i set every time i think of it i do not get emotions welling up because it was so emotional during that day. >> daniel borowy is still rec
foreign policy address at the virginia military snout. >> a federal judge said the transit system must allow and to equate muslim radicals with savages. they sued for the right to display the ads and they up in subway stations and must be displayed here no later than 5:00 p.m. on monday and we spoke to the attorney for the blogger who sued to put up the ad and he joined us by phone earlier tonight. >> in a civil society, if you object to speech, the response is not to engage in violence but more speech and we held the protection of the first amendment in the united states and the judge upheld that in a ruling today and that is the correct way to go. >> metro spokesman said that the metro will comply with the order and the ads will go up this weekend. >>> more turbulence for american airlines. it's pulling 48 of the 757s to make repairs. after several seats came loose mid-air on three different flights and three different days. fifty flights were cancelled, 34 today and anna coinman tells us that the issue is having an impact across the country. >> reporter: multiple mid-air scares prom
for the presidential candidates, foreign policy will be front and center. libya comes up, commitment to the region and how much we spend will come up, the administration's already talked about, i think, an initial payment of $165 million to $300 million to go to the very government where the acting president says we throw good money after bad, and we're evil people, paraphrasing, but why do we do that, secretary? why not just call it a day or reassess the day? >> we should always be reassessing, and, again -- neil: we don't. >> if you and i had this conversation six months ago, i would have said the national security debates will not be interesting or find a defense between -- neil: careful. we are covering them, we never say stuff like that. i understand, but continue. >> he reviled the policies and critiqued when running for president, but he adopted those policies. things in the last few months changedded dramatically. there's a tax on the embassies throughout the middle east and leading plo mats killed and no reasons given for that. iran is closer every day to nuclear capabilities, really seri
romney is going off the virginia military to give a foreign policy speech. my favorite strategist, dr. gutfeld what, should mitt romney say? >> people are going to be tired of me saying this, but he's got to say why did president obama assume the video was a fall for the attack? who was the source? that's the only question, it's the most important question! >> this is cable tv universe. that's the debate. that's the big foreign policy question? >> how were they convinced by the mob. >> i think mitt romney will talk about the constitution and founding principles. >> i like that answer, that was a good answer. >> american exceptionalism is what he will talk about. >> she stole it friday me. >> she did? i thought so. before we go, a special programming note. really, make sure to catch hannity tonight. it will be great. sean will talk to both romney and his running mate, paul ryan, 9:00 p.m. eastern, right here on the fox news channel. one more thing, coming up next look, if you have copd like me, you know it can be hard to breathe, and how that feels. copd includes chronic bronchitis and
speeches starting with foreign policy. we'll be right back. sleep train's inventory clearance sale ends columbus day. get 3 years interest-free financing on tempur-pedic. save 10%, 20%, even 35% on a huge selection of simmons and sealy clearance mattresses. even get free delivery! don't miss 3 years interest-free financing on tempur-pedic. the inventory clearance sale ends monday. superior service, best selection, lowest price, guaranteed. ♪ sleep train ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ >>> welcome back to "hardball." last night was a tough night for the president, of course, but there's another story to be told about mitt romney's performance, which relied on fuzzy math. vague policy prescriptions and statements that strained the truth. i'm being nice here. he denied his tax plan would cost $5 trillion. denied it. independent economists say it's the case. "the new york times" editorial today, they got out overnight, says the following, virtually every time mr. romney spoke, he misrepresented the platform on which he and paul ryan are actually running. that's quite a state
quickly though, governor romney is going to be giving a big foreign policy speech coming up after the weekend? >> reporter: that's scheduled to take place on monday back here fittingly in virginia. it will be at vmi on monday. it's an opportunity to attack the president again and dominate romney's readiness to lead. this is something they were prepared to talk about at the debate, supposed to be a debate about domestic issues. they thought there was a potential during the final 15 to 20 minutes when the conversation turned to the role of governing for mitt romney to perhaps be able to attack the president's mishandling in their view of foreign policy issues. since that didn't take place they hope to make that point this coming monday. >> peter alexander traveling with the romney camp in virginia. peter, thank you. >>> two days after the first presidential debates and democrats are still having this bit of a hangover as republicans try to continue seizing on wednesday night's momentum. it was a big night for mitt romney, but will that first face-off really affect how undecided amer
said, to start filling in the policy details with the first of several speeches starting with foreign policy. we'll be right back. >>> welcome back to "hardball." last night was a tough night for the president, of course, but there's another story to be told about mitt romney's performance, which relied on fuzzy math. vague policy prescriptions and statements that strained the truth. i'm being nice here. he denied his tax plan would cost $5 trillion. denied it. independent economists say it's the case. "the new york times" editorial today, they got out overnight, says the following, virtually every time mr. romney spoke, he misrepresented the platform on which he and paul ryan are actually running. that's quite a statement. and a new york magazine jonathan challenged romney over his economic plan that seems to rely on some magical numbers and thinking, quote, so romney is a candidate of a 20% cut in tax rates, a new plan to cover people with pre-existing conditions and higher defense spending and he will accomplish it all by eliminating federal funding for pbs. the question is can oba
minutes longer and talk to you about those foreign policy issues. >> it is my pleasure. >> the world, as we reported here on cnbc, seems to be in quite a bit of disarray, whether you are talking about the situation in libya or whether you're talking about iran, iraq. there are so many parts of the world that are in conflict. give me your view of where the united states foreign policy stands right now and whether or not our weakened economic condition has contributed to some of the unrest that we've seen around the globe. >> i'm sure that the weakened economy has diverted americans' attention, understandably, to domestic issues and i understand that. the middle east is unraveling because of a total lack of american leadership, of a president who only wants to withdraw. he said the surge wouldn't work in iraq. it succeeded. in the words of general keene, the architect of the surge, we won the war and we're losing the peace. you'll see this morning that it's unraveling. al qaeda's on the comeback. iranian aircraft are over flying iraq supporting bashar al assad. in afghanistan because w
a big foreign policy speech coming up this monday. the next debate will be foreign policy which obama is very weak on especially with, the crisis in the middle east. our embassy in benghazi. a dead foreign, a dead american ambassador. you know, that's not a strong suit for president obama right now and something mitt romney can really take, take obama out with. jon: ron bonjean and julie roginsky, thank you both. >> thank you. jenna: there is certainly a lot of reaction to september's jobs report. both presidential campaigns going into spin mode already. what do today's numbers really tell us about the prospects for millions of americans looking for work? our jobs panel weighs in and talks a little bit about this report and takes your questions. >>> a textbook example of a round house punch. maybe this guy felt he had nothing to lose after pleading guilty. wait until you hear how much the time his attack on his own lawyer added to his sentence jenna: the new jobs numbers out this morning as i'm sure you're aware at this point. some say pointing to really a break-through in the recover
performance. in an interview with sean hannity he made a pivot from domestic issues and foreign policy specifically the attack on the u.s. consulate in libya. >> i believe what happened there was a tragic failure. there had been warnings of a possible attack. following the tragedy, we saw misleading information-coming from the administration. in fact the president didn't acknowledge this was a terrorist act for what, a week or two? this was a terrorist attack, lives were lost. this happened on 9-11. we expect can dorr and transparency from the president, from the administration and we didn't get it. >> both campaigns are going to be talking about the new unemployment numbers today. remember there are still two numbers to add to the very end of that chart. one says numbers comes out today for september. the october numbers come out on november 2nd four-days before the general election. back to you guys. >>> thank you so much. did you see all of the people were in coats there? that's because it's a little cold in the midwest. >> janice dean with more on that. >> you say your in-laws enjo
and said it had to be he must have gotten foreign policy information that must have thrown him all askew. it's like people coming up with all these reasonings instead of looking at it as it was, which were two men on stage talking about the economy and where this country is moving forward and that's what it was! so just judge it for what it was with two men on the stage. not altitude probes or foreign policy secrets. >> brian: it reminds me of this great band, the blues brothers, who found themselves in a pickle and had to lie their way out of it. tell me if this sounds familiar. >> you betrayed me! >> no, i didn't. honest! i ran out of gas! i had a flat tire! i didn't have money for cab fare. my tux didn't come back from the cleaners. a friend came from out of town. there was a earthquake! a terrible flood! it wasn't my fault! i swear to god! >> brian: i just think that's e. that's very similar vein for what we're seeing right now. and i bought all those excuses and i'm buying these ones now. altitude and unexpected something got on my mind before that 90-minute debate. >> gretchen: may
themselves in foreign policy, because they are not yet in office. but there have been instances where people, where he felt, china was being criticized, and he made a very sharp response. i've had several conversations with xi and i found him an extraordinary thoughtful person who raised a number of philosophical questions. the problem they face is, if you look at their own agenda, the things they have stated, they want to do for the next 10 years, you know china will have to go to change it. i think it's unlikely in 10 years the next generation will come into office with exactly the same institutions that exist today. and precisely because everybody knows in china there is a kind of political evolution being discussed every day. this is one reason why i do not believe that great foreign adventures or confrontations with the united states can be gone their agenda. they know that domestic changes, in the sense of moving part of the population, overcoming the country in which the coast is highly developed and the interior quite undeveloped, in terms of you cannot keep a society -- [inaudible]
.m., foreign policy research institute will host a discussion with top policy experts on iran's attempts to spread its influence in latin america and iran's president's efforts to reach out to governments there. on friday, october 12th, at 9:30 a.m., at the american enterprise institute panelists will be debating whether or not the expansion of u.s. safety nets like unplacement make recessions worse by reducing incentives to work. that is your capital rundown for the week starting october 8th, 2012. you can find all these events and more on our web site, myfoxdc.com. reach out to us on twitter, hashtag capitalrundown. see you next week. >>> something new we're doing. >> it is. >> at night and in the morning as well. >> coming up later today, david blaine has another stunt planned. hello, david blaine in that box. some may remember when he spent 44 days in that glass box in good old london. >> now he has a new stunt that involves a lot of high voltage. for three days starting today, he'll be surrounded by a million volts of electricity. it's open to the public at pier 54 in new york city.
to that balanced budget. >> sean: i know this was not about foreign policy last night. we have been following very closely on this program, the issue in benghazi, the death of our ambassador, the first time in 30 years, two navy seals. do you believe there is a coverup going on? >> well, sean, first, let me note my condolences and sympathy for the families of those who lost their lives. and my respect for those who fought so bravely for us. those two former seals that were there on a private assignment. they weren't working for the government in an official capacity at the time that this occurred. i think so much of them. i believe, obviously, that what happened there was a tragic failure. there had been warnings of a possible attack. there were requests on the part of our -- commission there, of our diplomats there, rather, to have additional security forces. they were turned down. and then, following the tragedy, we saw -- well, misleading information coming from the administration. and in fact, the president didn't acknowledge that this was a terrorist act for what? a week or two? i mean, was i
the brookings institution which describes itself as a nonpartisan public and foreign policy think tank. i want to start off where james left off with the f.b.i. getting into benghazi. now we are hearing that is the only reason they were three weeks late because they were waiting for the libyan government to give them permission. do you buy that? >>guest: i don't know. i think there have been some mistakes made along the way in how we have talked about this, maybe in even how we handled aspectses of it. when there is an investigation ongoing it takes a while when a government is just getting its feet on the ground it can be hard to work with. i am not saying the administration has done everything right but i don't detect harmful intent even if there have been misstatements. i don't see any big failure of government in this case. >>trace: what do you make about getting away from the libyan government and go back to the obama administration when they say a day after it was declared a terrorist attack because they moved money and they declare it a terrorist attack on september 12, a day later that
of fundraisers, that's a fact and that's to do to highlight his foreign policy experience. >> if there's anybody who rises or dies from this movie, i expect harvey weinstein to be picked up and arrested on some kind of murky parole violation. >> he must have done-- >> parking tickets, right. >> back in the '90s. >> this doesn't surprise me. remember on september 11th when the navy seal book came out and he was contradicting what the press reports had been and the administration reports had been about the bin laden raid. there was all this have outrage and we had the benghazi attack and the month's worth of blaming the benghazi terror attacks to a stupid video and now moving up the production of this video to basically, i don't know, why? there's no other way to explain it, of the release date except to say they're trying to help obama. >> why do you think? didn't they just say that it's a newscorp property? >> national geographic is. >> nobody at newscorp is controlling all of that. >> i don't think so either. if they thought it's a problem i mean, someone would have raised a flag. >> they would
and chuck, mitt romney's giving a big foreign policy speak next week. >> monday. >> connect the dots, there's an explosion of anti-americanism in half the world and the administration pretends it's about a video. you have to make the case that this is the reaction to the new radical policy obama announced in cairo, accommodation and appeasement with the muslim world and the fruits are not just that we aren't loved, which was the intention, but we're not respected, in fact, despised in large areas of the world. >> steve, i'm going to advise him to keep an extra paragraph drafted in case something goes really sour in the election in venezuela on sunday because hugo chavez of course sits on top of a lot of oil down there. right now, the opposition is leading the last poll, and it a lot of people wonder if chavez will give up power if he loses and could this thing turn into a revolution. romney needs to be ready to go in case that situation sort of blowing up, right as he's giving the speech. >> both good suggestions. >> i would have governor romney include in his speech a list of questions for
transitional government to devise his foreign policy, hopefully in consultation with the transitional democratic parliament. so this is really not our area. this is not our task, but a future democratic government. >> i am a student at georgetown university and my question is, have you considered the idea, sort of the idea that accountabilities could cause members of the regime are individuals or groups assist it with the regime to prolong power or to hold onto power for a longer period of time? and have you considered the idea of pardons and weigh that against the benefits of ending the conflict may be earlier. >> this has been quite sensitive because some syrians feel that they want to actually bring these people who have to be responsible for bloodshed and corruption to be really tiny on 10 trying. on the other hand coming out the the pragmatic, political needs the syrians have to face. so we recommend -- we shared to create someone a kind of combination of both conditional amnesty and also laceration embedding in a completely baathification as my colleague said. and to also create
to devise its foreign policy, hopefully in consultation with the traditional democratic -- this is not our task. >> my name is -- a student at george and university, and my question is at the considered the idea of accountability causing members of the regime or individuals or groups associated with the regime to prolong power or to hold on to power for a longer period of time? at have you considered the idea of pardons for certain groups and weighed that against the benefits of ending the conflict earlier? >> this issue has been quite scented that, because some syrians feel they want to bring these people who have the responsible for bloodshed and corruption to be tried and be accountable. you also have the pragmatic political need that syrians have to face. we recommend, we try to create a kind of combination of conditional amnesty, and also vetting rather than eight complete baathification. that has been done in syria for at least hundreds of years trip there are mechanisms to deal with this, and more positively than we imagined only when we think about legal solutions. in reality what
, at 2 p.m. the foreign policy research institute will host a discussion with top policy experts on iran's attempts to spread its influence in latin america and iran's president's efforts to reach out to governments there. on friday october 12th at 9:30 a.m. over at the american enterprise institute panelists will debate whether or not the expansion of u.s. safety nets like unemployment make recessions worse by reducing incentives to work. that is your capital rundown for t week starting october 8th, 2012. you can find all these events and much more on our website at www.myfoxdc.com. remember to reach out to us on twitter hashtag capital rundown. we'll see you next week. geckcko (clearing throat) thank you, mr. speaker, uh, members of congress. in celebration o of over 75 years of our government employees insurance company, or geico...as most of you know it. ...i propose savings for everyone! i'm talking hundreds here... and furthermore.. newcaster: breaking news. the gecko is demanding free pudding. and political parties that are actual parties! with cake! and presents! ah, that was goo
do not think romney knows enough about foreign policy. i think he will get us into a war if he keeps saying what he is saying. >> we will hear about for a policy more in the debate in florida. -- foreign policy it in the debate in florida. >> last night was an important night for the country. [cheers and applause] the got the chance to cut through of all the attacks and counterattacks associate with the campaign. instead they're able to listen to substance. i appreciated the fact that jim lehrer asked questions about substance. i was able to ask the president, why did he focus on obamacare when we have millions of people out of work? [applause] why isn't that the middle class is the bird in this country? why we have so many people out of work? -- why is it that the middle class is a paraburied in this country? millions of people are on food stamps. i asked him those questions and you heard his answers. as a result of those answers, the american people recognize that he and i stand for something very different. i will help the american people get good jobs and a bright future. [cheers
. >> you can disagree with what he's doing on these things whether foreign policy or domestic but he's not lazy or disengaged. we're overlooking the simple fact obama is not that good a debater. he wasn't that great a debater in the democratic primary. he did fine against john mccain but it wasn't acceptable. last night he clearly lost. one thing i'm hearing from democratic sources is he didn't end up with one of those moments that's going to haunt him. >> no, i don't think so. he doesn't lose any supporters and he certainly recovers from this, but we can't have any more like that. i say that. sam stein, e.j. dionne, great to have you with us tonight. >>> next, we debunk romney's $5 trillion tax lie with david k. johnston. stay with us. >>> mitt romney tried hard last night to make up ground with middle class voters. he put on quite a dog and pony show. tonight we'll remind you who the real mitt romney is with teamster's president james hoffa. stay with us. >>> first of all, i don't have a $5 trillion tax cut. i'm not looking for a $5 trillion tax cut. let me repeat what i said. i'm
. and then on october 22nd, they will be talking about foreign policy in florida. that final forum will be moderated by bob schieffer who was of course from cbs. the vice-presidential candidates meet up on tuesday and the indication already is that they will not have as much leeway to control the conversation during that i debate as they did last night. there's been a lot of criticism. liz? >> all right, grace, thank you. >>> well, if you have a notice in the mail says you have no polling place for the upcoming election, don't worry. you're not a voter without a country. it's simply because the area where you live doesn't have enough people to get its own precinct. so why can't you just go to the closest one? well, it's because that particular polling place may not have the specific ballot that applies to you based on the boundary lines where you live. >> they may see a polling place just a few blocks from their house. and they want to know why can't they vote at that polling place? so you might be in oakland and you're in a certain city council district. and so you can vote for another city counci
years. i think he is better at that and i think that kind of sophistication about foreign policy, that sort of experience in the world and also a sensibility that the other parts of the world different than ours are not bad. romney takes this american exceptionism too far in saying we are the good guys, our country right or wrong, these foreigners, europe is sort of bad, it is sort of, you know, it is sort of rotten, at least. and the rest of the world is dangerous and the arabs and all, there is a sense of the other is evil, it is not evil dangerous and i think the president is a much more positive view about the world, and perhaps less truculent and less mill tar risk so i think that is a big decision .. do we want to continue to join the world or do we want t stand-alone and use american exceptionism as our sort of justification for more military action? i think it is a real difference. it is within the 40-yard line on both sides but there is a difference, center right, center left and i think it is a good judgment for the american people to think which direction should we be
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